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'll introduce you to atlanta educator dr. yvonne sanders-butler. also tonight, actor daryl "chill" mitchell and former nfl great michael strahan is here. the two have teamed up for a family comedy called "brothers" that premieres friday night on fox. more with a look at childhood obesity and the cast of "brothers" coming up right now. >> there are so many things that wal-mart is look forward to doing, like helping people live better but mostly we're looking forward to helping build stronger communities and relationships because with your help, the best is yet to come. >> nationwide insurance proudly supports tavis smiley. tavis and nationwide insurance, working to improve financial literacy and the economic empowerment that comes with it. >> ♪ nationwide is on your side ♪ >> and by contributions to your pbs station from viewers like you. thank you. tavis: as we continue our look at the issue of childhood obesity tonight, i wanted to highlight an example of what just one person can do to make a difference in our communities. dr. yvonne sanders-butler is a former high school principal in
: yvonne, you have been a lifelong liberal. in fact you were a lefty there for awhile until 9/11 if i'm not mistaken and your husband, what happened, you said your husband what on 9/11? >> on 9/11 i said how could this happen? and he jumped off the watch and he said because of you and i will leave out a couple of words and your liberal friends. and i said you're right and i have been wrong. and i woke up. >> glenn: okay. and so this is for you this is about principles, this is not about republican or democrat. what are you hearing and seeing that you can share with anybody who isn't there? >> well, what i'm hearing and sharing is just that people were so motivated to come out here today. i'm meeting people that came all by themselves and i talked to them and said what were you thinking and they said i just have to be here. it is not about wanting. it is about having to be here and stand up for your country and your freedom and the principles and values that we stand by as americans. >> glenn: have you heard any talk because i know you have been there for a couple of days and talking t
release from prison. tonight we have the exclusive story. november 2004, almost five years ago, yvonne hutchinson was killed by a drunk driver on route 231 in charles county on her way home from work. ryan reffert was charged being intoxicated and driving without a license. his 1-month-old child was in the back seat of the car at the accident. he pleaded guilty and served three years in jail. the family of yvonne hutchinson thought the sentence was too lenient at the time, but recentler were shocked to learn he was again driving illegally. a check of court records reveal he was arrested twice this past april, once in calvert county, once in st. mary's county, and faces charges of driving without a license. >> it's very frustrating that once he gets out he reoffends again. it seems there is no rehabilitation at all. that he just completely disregards the law, apparently, if he is going back to reoffending and driving without a license. he parentally he doesn't care. >> the reality is that he does care. he is currently in alcohol treatment. he is probably about 30 days away from securing
waited our turn and yvonne had a more pressing issue, trying to get her son, a college student out of barry farms alive. >> they are beating my son and robbed him. >> reporter: the mayor promised her some help. they were looking for the mayor's help at the tennis and learning center and cora masters barry won't be getting it unless the courts intervened. the private corporation allowed the registration to lapse. that is allowing them to take over the facility. >> what do you plan for this place? >> our plans are to continue the great tennis that's been going on there for, you know, the last five to ten years. it's been a fantastic facility. >> reporter: they are not going quietly. her attorneys went in to court seeking an injunction against the fenty administration. they were afraid the fenty team would show up over the weekend and put padlocks on the door. >> if she leaves parks and reck will take over and it will look dirty, dingy and the children unruly. >> the learning center founder wasn't available for comment today but her supporters say it is political. she supported a fent
to washington, d.c. and we're joined now, with our 9/12 volunteers, administrator, yvonne donnelly, hi. >> reporter: hi, glenn beck! >> how are you. >> reporter: gosh, a great day for america, i am -- i am one of the -- best things i heifer did in my life. >> you are somebody if i'm not mistaken, yvonne, have been a lifelong liberal in fact, you were a lefty for a while, until 9/11, if i'm not mistaken and your husband -- >> that's right, glenn. >> and what happened, you said to your husband, what? on 9/11. >> well, on 9/11 i said, how could this happen? and he jumped off the couch, and he said, because of you, and i'll leave out a couple of words and your liberal friends! and i said you're right. and i have been wrong and i woke up. >> okay. and so this is for you, this is about principles, this is not about republican or democrat, what are you hearing and seeing that you can share with anybody who is not there? >> well, what i'm hearing and sharing is just that people were just owe motivated, motivated to come out here today, glenn, i am meeting people that came all by themselves. an
season. the o's miles out in first place. flirting with becoming the team -- >> yvonne rodriguez behind him, 4-0 rangers. trying to get to the post season for the first time since 1999. they can do it with more hitting like this. two innings later, heading to the flag court. gone, the 31st home run of the season. the rangers have dropped 5-1. college football season underway. today for all the teams. navy has the biggest challenge. they head to columbus, ohio. maybe has six straight trips to ballgames. a program that is quite familiar with delighting crowds at home and on the road. but even ohio state coach knows he would node a wild upsite for the wuk eyes. that said, there is nothing but praise per the military academies in general and navy in particular. >> that will be a touchdown. >> what i love about mitch ship mann and what we all love, they play hard, play low, tough, fast. every special unit is the full speed. they will never stop playing. a tremendous challenge for us. >> plenty of other big challenges for teams around the state. towson son is heading to maryland. and maryland
accident in charles county that killed yvonne hutchin sunson. they are shocked to learn that he was arrested two other times this april and now faces charges with driving without a license. >> it's just very frustrating. once he gets out he reoffends again. there no rehabilitation at all. he just completely disregards the law, apparently, if he is going back to reoffending and driving without a license. he just doesn't care. >> his attorney called his client's actions remorseful. >>> many teenagers may no longer be allowed to use tanning beds in one county. the ban wou prohibit teens after the age of 18 from using tanning beds. tanning beds are widely suspected of causing a deadly type of skin cancer. a briefing on the issue will be held next tuesday at 1:30 p.m. at the county health department. >>> time to take another look at today's weather. >> let's talk to tom kierein. we don't see sunshine out there, tom. >> some of the viewers are now in southern maryland and off to the west. not here in washington. there is a view from the city camera showing the clouds that are hoverin
-- it was just ridiculous. i said, heck, get an rv. park right at the site. >> reporter: yvonne profit is raising champions, never allowing elizabeth's diabetes to be a crutch and encouraging both girls towards their dreams of professional tennis wrshgs. >> their understanding is fa failure isn't an option. you always have to try your best. the best revenge, let your racket do the talking. >> reporter: where does mom see her girls three years from now? >> i see her turning pro next year. >> can i
. they are professionals in the way the horses are butchers and their remains hidden. ive yvonne roerds can attest to that. >> reporter: 20 horses now have been found, roughly 20 since january. police say what they aren't clear on is whether this is one group or multiple groups that are engaged in this activity. but i can tell you, out of those scenes and what people tell us s is, it's barbaric what these people are doing and when you see it for yourself, it is barbaric. >> we'll stay on top of the investigation. that does it for us, we'll be back here tomorrow 1:00 to 3:00 eastern time. rick sanchez takes it from here. >>> the illegal immigrant question that caused this congressman to call the president a liar would not ap. y >> would not apply to those who are here illegally. >> joe wilson getting it from both sides, what is the illegal immigrant question? we wonder, what would happen in the house of commons if someone had done the same. >>> never before in the history of the u.s. has so much been spent to influence a debate. it's official. lobbyists, television ads, political
think that that's a good thing for the health of children in our communities. >> my name is yvonne, i see many of my colleagues toteable, and wish to -- at the table and wish to applaud the wonderful work that has been done on this report, which encompasses so much of what i believe in. i just want to buildn two points that were mentioned earlier. the first is the youth engage minneapolis-st. paul. -- engagement. i think it is unfortunate that we didn't model that even as having a seat on the committee, because it would have been great if we had had a youth person who was a part of the committee. and then in the writing of the reports, if there could be note given and perhaps there is still opportunity for this, to places where there can be and should be youth engagement at the policy level. in baltimore, we have youth involved in policy development at many of our schools, the high schools. and these are very astute young people in terms of policy and government and that's not reesented as it could have been within a report of this depth, scope, and what we hope will be outcome. the o
their mother was arrested after being behind the wheel. ryan reffitt killed yvonne hutchinson in an accident. r family thought the sentence was too lenient. now they're shocked to learn that reffitt was arrested two other times this past april and faces charges of driving without a license. >> once he gets out, he reoffends again. it seems like there's no rehabilitation at all and that he completely disregards the law apparently if he's going back to re-offending and driving without a license again. apparently doesn't care. >> reffitt's lawyer called his client remorseful and he said he is currently in alcohol treatment and is trying to turn his life around. >> now to virginia's race for governor. republican bob mcdonnell will be in an an dal in prince william county today, one day after facing tough questions from his rival for the executive mansion. he debated democrat creigh deeds in fairfax county yesterday. deeds criticized mcdonnell for his 1989 master's thesis which said working women undermined the family. mcdonnell says his views have changed since then. both candidates alsoparred over
of yvonne hernandez can some of his experience rub off on john lannan? >> reporter: yeah i think it can. you look at how he pitches, very similar to the approach john uses and a lot of the guys use. his stuff isn't overpowering, not particularly hard, but he commands it, he knows how to locate and how to command speed. that is very much what john lannan does. he makes a point of looking at pitchers that do that and try to learn from that and tries to pattern himself after those guys. having one here like hernandez is good and something the nationals have been looking for. >> johnny: thank you very much. as phil was talking about we'll look at the lineup today. interesting lineup, which will be backing up john lannan as john takes to the hill. we'll touch on the intelsat lineup and also the san diego padres. we'll be back with more of intelsat extra pregame in a moment. in the all-new ford taurus. sfx: ((sync beep)) please say a command. read message. highway 8 closed. update route. turn right on silver road. we speak car. we speak innovation. introducing the all-new taurus from ford. drive o
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